Number 61, December 15, 1999
L. Neil Smith, Publisher
John Taylor, Editor
Vin Suprynowicz, Honorary Editor
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by John Taylor
December 15th is the anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. Help JPFO in their campaign to gain recognition nationwide for "Bill of Rights Day".
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1. Letters to the Editor
by Our Readers
2. The Right to Bear Arms
by Joseph Farah
3. Why the War On Drugs Will Never Succeed
(And Other Good Reasons to End It Now)
by Michael W. Gallagher
4. The Right to Bear Arms is a Matter of Life and Death
by Andrew Muriithi
5. Seattle and the Lessons Learned
by Bruce Elmore
6. But No Honest Citizen Needs a Gun ... Right?
by Vin Suprynowicz
CAMELOT ON THE CHARLES
"I think that's the difficulty in politics. You are always bound to lose supporters once you take a stand on an issue."
-- John F. Kennedy, 1951